We regard tornadoes, like all unpleasant things, as distant events, far away from our quiet, peaceful lives. We hear about tornadoes in Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma, and we consider ourselves lucky that we don’t live there. “Tornado Alleys” are elsewhere, we think.
On my gravestone, it will read “Andrew Steckling, killed by the second ‘golden age’ of television.”
Prior to becoming a lawyer and establishing a law firm in Huntley, Michael Fleck was a chemist. He did his research as part of the research faculty at the University of Illinois, and even earned a patent for an electric carbon monoxide filter.
Hot days, cool evenings filled with the scent of late summer blooms. The mysteries of Arabian Nights, Casablanca, Rick’s Bar, camels, and the all-enduring Fez.
What? Huntley has a radio station? Are you kidding me? Where? Nobody told me! How can I listen?
Few towns have moved from a local farming community into global economic development action faster than Huntley.
While support groups do vary, the basic format is a small group of people (maybe no more than 10-12) who meet on a regular basis to discuss their experiences and provide mutual support for one another.
The work to improve and restore the Neighborhood 28 detention pond in Sun City has begun.
- Hook, line, & sinker—no bones about it
- Walk, fly, or drive—Spring is here
- ‘Woman in Gold’ shines
- Hang Your Hat: April 23, 2015
- Chemicals in our food (part 2)
- Ask the Woodchucks: April 23, 2015
- Ask an Angel: April 23, 2015
- Pressing the flesh—it’s not just for politicians any more
- Final Weeks of Historic Photo Contest
- Staged to strike
- Driving through cold weather is just fine by me, that’s no joke
- Poor sidewalk conditions at Factory Mall account for SC resident fall
- Help wanted
- In support of support groups, part 2
- Pond 15
- Board of directors approves new community slogan
- Rental recommendations
- Fly like a ‘Stone’ eagle
- Chemicals in our foods (part one)
- M-m-m-m, you can really taste the deprivation!
- Ask an Angel: April 9, 2015
- Ask the Woodchucks: April 9, 2015